Real Estate

Robin Williams' Napa estate sells for $18.1 million

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A 640-acre property belonging to the late actor and comedian Robin Williams sold for $18.1 million cash, according to The Los Angeles Times.

Dubbed Villa Sorriso — "villa of smiles" — the 20,000-square-foot, limestone-clad mansion in Napa, California, was originally listed two years ago for $29.9 million and later reduced to $22.9 million.

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The property has five bedrooms and 10 bathrooms as well as a caretaker's house with four more bedrooms. It also features a 12-seat home theater, three safe rooms, a billiards room, an oak-paneled library, a large swimming pool, a tennis court and gardens, according to the Times.

The price tag also includes 18 acres of vineyards, hiking and horseriding trails, mature olive trees, a spring-fed pond, and a nine-stall horse barn.

Read the full article from The Los Angeles Times.